Jason Aldean’s Night Train to DVD

Live performance to be released Oct. 15.

photo courtesy The Greenroom PR

It was the show of a lifetime for Jason Aldean when he took his Night Train Tour to the University of Georgia’s Sanford Stadium. If you weren’t one of the more than 66,000 fans who got to see the show, or if you were and you wish you could see it again, now is your chance.

Jason will release Night Train to Georgia on Oct. 15.

The 90-minute live concert DVD takes you back to that magical night when the country star barreled through his 18-song set list, which includes 10 of his No. 1 hits, and welcomed guests such as Luke Bryan, Kelly Clarkson and Ludacris to the stage. The DVD also features intimate interviews with Jason and excerpts from his shows at Boston’s Fenway Park and Chicago’s Wrigley Field.

Jason hosted an exclusive screening of Night Train to Georgia Tuesday night (Oct. 8) in Nashville, and prior to the event he shared his thoughts on the finished product.

“I start watching that stuff, I kind of go in and start to pick it apart a little bit,” he said. “But at the end of the day, it turned out really good. For me, there are always things I look at and go, ‘I would have done that differently, I would have done this differently,’ but overall I think something like this, it’s live. It is what it is and we captured that particular moment in time.”

Night Train to Georgia is available for pre-sale on Jason Aldean’s website.

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